Addressing the Loan Charge with a Judicial Review

Introduced in the Finance Act 2016, the Loan Charge is a tax charge on any outstanding loans deriving from the use of disguised remuneration (DR) schemes. 


DR schemes usually involved the remuneration of individuals (directors/shareholders or their family members) through third party loans or payments, which were then unlikely to be repaid.  

Victory Leisure Homes Chief Executive stands down after 11 years at the helm

Caravan industry stalwart Peter Nevitt has stepped down as Chief Executive of Victory Leisure Homes after 11 years at the helm.


Peter, who’s career in the industry spans 45 years, has led the company since its launch in 2009.


His role will be taken over by James Doyle, main board director at Victory’s parent company, J.R. Rix & Sons Ltd.

Time flies as Richard clocks up 20 years’ service with Salop Leisure

Service foreman Richard Morris has clocked up 20 years’ service to award-winning caravan and motorhome company Salop Leisure in Shrewsbury.
 
He says he can’t believe how fast the 20 years have flown by and is looking forward to continuing to work for the Emstrey-based leisure business.
 

Lakeview Manor lodge park and hotel sold

A Devon lodge park and hotel, Lakeview Manor, has been acquired by private equity-backed holiday operator Lakeshore Leisure Group Ltd in a deal brokered by Colliers International.

Lakeview Manor, in the Blackdown Hills Area of Natural Beauty, near Honiton, had been on the market for £1.8 million. The purchase price has not been disclosed.

Static Trader: Decades of Industry Knowledge Brings Business Success

When Hayley and Byron Whiteside set up Southeast Static Trader in July 2017, the original plan was to bring their knowledge of on-site and off-site static caravans into the static caravan and leisure homes trading industry. Little did they know just how much their particular brand of expertise, combined with their ‘customer first’ approach, would be in demand.